Embark on a flavorful journey through the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest, where the evergreen trees are not only charismatic megaflora, but also ingredients for a unique tea experience.
Nova Garwood, a seventh grader at Jacoby Creek Elementary School in Humboldt County, has a black Labrador retriever named Sunny and loves to get outside with him. But on these adventures, she started to notice a large amount of dog poop on the trails she hiked – particularly near the trailheads. She started to ask some questions….
Bumble bees (Bombus spp.) are an important group of North American wild pollinators. However, in the latter half of the 20th century, concern has arisen because of a noticeable declines in many species’ populations—due to a variety of factors including pesticides and diseases from managed bees. Decline of the world’s rarest bumble bee The Klamath […]
Trinity Alps Wilderness From Julie Kierstead-Nelson, Shasta-Trinity National Forest Botanist Hello friends and plant lovers–the two parcels we (Shasta-Trinity NF) have been offered by a private owner are in the heart of the Trinity Alps, in the Klamath Ranges, one encompassing most of Bowerman Meadows, the other Emerald Lake at the head of Stuart Fork. […]
Welcome to a Brave New Year Here are a few highlights from the world of Backcountry Press in 2017. Happy Trails and other adventures in 2018 and thanks for your support. Hiking Humboldt v2 Released Rees Hughes and Jason Barnes teamed up to create an incredible guidebook to Humboldt County. […]
Order now and get an immediate eBook download, books ship May 1st. Hiking Humboldt Volume 2 by Rees Hughes presents walk descriptions, directions, maps, and photos of familiar favorites, hidden gems, and unexpected adventures. Volume 2 introduces this region through: Urban walks such as the Arcata Architectural Walk and the Eureka Mural Walk Short hikes along some of […]